pumpkin vine cross stitch pattern

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New month, new pattern! Orange pumpkins + green vines… what’s not to love?

pumpkin vine cross stitch pattern

It’s that time again, and I decided to switch up my fall pattern process. I often share pumpkins closer to Halloween, but since this one is more fall and less spooky, I figured September would be a better month to release it. I deliberately kept the color palette limited to make this a cinch to stitch together. For the mockup, I chose a beige background (because autumn) but it will look just as great on traditional white Aida fabric.

As a quick reminder, I recently published a simple beginner guide for how to cross stitch earlier this year. If you’re new to cross stitch but wanted to give it a try, you can begin right here and learn the basic stitch techniques, how and where to start, etc. Now, onto this month’s pattern!

About this Pumpkin Vine Stitch Pattern

  • Designed for 14 count Aida
  • Full counted cross stitches only
  • DMC floss colors: 13
  • Size: approximately 7.5 in. x 5.8 in. (19 cm x 14.7 cm)
  • 105 x 81 stitches

P.S. Don’t forget, I’m trying to launch a membership program for cross stitch in the new year, too! Pretty soon, I’ll be sharing some exclusive patterns only available to members with some (IMO) rad themes (neon, a snowglobe series, pinups, boho designs, etc.). For now, I highly recommend heading over to my wait list page to sign up so you get early bird pricing when the launch begins (you get a new pattern for your troubles as well!).

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